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MUSICAL FEATURES

The 4ms Pingable Envelope Generator (PEG) is a 2-channel high-performance envelope generator that can be adjusted by the PING input and tap tempo buttons to adjust the envelope length according to the "Ping clock" and quantize the timing. is.

When PEG is operating in “sync mode”, the time from the beginning to the end of the envelope is determined by the Ping interval and Divide knob. Synchronous mode is a mode when there is no input on the Async input, in which case the envelope timing will be synchronized with the Ping clock when a trigger or gate signal is input to the QNT input. Even if you press the CYCLE button to cycle the envelope, its timing will be synchronized with the Ping clock. Thanks to the cleverness of syncing with this Ping clock, PEGLFO synchronized with clockAs is very high quality. With an analog LFO that is triggered by a normal clock, the cycle does not match the clock interval, and it tends to be an LFO with an odd waveform.However, with PEG, the cycle matches the clock, so you can create a natural clock-synchronized LFO. .

To use it in "asynchronous mode" where the timing is not quantized and is used like a normal envelope, input a trigger signal or gate signal to the Async input.

End of Cycle, End of Fall, OR output, cycle mode, and other functions that are often associated with multi-function envelopes are also included, and End of Half Rise and MATH are not possible.A curve that allows you to set different bends for rise and fallIt is a CV generator that has been devised in various ways. It is extremely effective for envelopes and sync LFOs that have a grooved feel over a long period of time.

* When this module is sent to VCA, it may cause a clicking sound at the time of attack or release depending on the position of Skew or Curve. If you want to reduce this sound, use a low-pass gate as the VCA (or pass the PEG envelope itself through the low-pass gate once), pass the envelope through the slew limiter once, pass the sound after passing the VCA through the low-pass filter, etc. try it.

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